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Southeast Asia Vacations

Whether scaling active volcanoes, exploring crumbling ruins of ancient kingdoms, diving amid pristine coral reefs, spotting orangutans in the wild, or simply lazing on deserted white beaches, the memories are always unforgettable in wondrous Southeast Asia.
Explore an ancient kingdom of astounding temples and Khmer culture, where historic cities flirt with fine cuisine and ascending arts scenes, and unspoiled nature flourishes, from remote tropical islands and forested national parks to the magnificent Mekong River.
An archipelago of astounding natural beauty and cultural wonders surrounded by turquoise seas teeming with rich marine life, Indonesia offers the ultimate tropical paradise for all tastes, from adventure seekers and diving enthusiasts to culture buffs and romantics.
Leave the world behind in the wilderness of Laos, a mysterious, unspoiled halcyon land of meditating monks, enthralling ethnic diversity and the majestic Mekong River where nature still sets the rhythm for everyday life.
Discover the magic of Myanmar, a near-unimaginable land of unspoiled landscapes, captivating cultural heritage and blissful Buddhist rituals lit up by the infectiously genuine smiles and thanaka-painted faces of the gentle Burmese.
Between the bustling deltas of the Mekong and Red River, amid surreal seascapes, placid paddies and motorbike megacities, vibrant Vietnam mesmerizes visitors with war-torn tales, culinary superpowers and the captivating smiles and infectious energy of its people.
With its impeccable service, world-class cuisine and resorts, stunning beaches and ornate Buddhist temples, Thailand is the ultimate tropical getaway, a ‘Land of Smiles’ that draws visitors back time after time.

Why Visit Southeast Asia?

Welcome to Southeast Asia, one of the planet’s most remarkable regions, where a collection of unique yet equally captivating countries provide a wealth of incredible travel experiences. From Myanmar’s hillside paddies and Thailand’s idyllic beaches to Indonesia’s steamy rainforests, on your Southeast Asia vacation you’ll discover astoundingly beautiful and contrasting landscapes and a melting pot of cultures, ethnicities and endemic wildlife. Explore some of the world’s greatest ancient wonders and historic sites, such as stupendous Angkor Wat, and immerse yourself in vibrant cities.

Given the multitude of stunning bays, rivers and tropical islands, endless cruise boat opportunities abound. Magical Southeast Asia vacation packages extend from sailing Halong Bay‘s karst-studded seascape to epic Mekong River cruises navigating remote parts of northern Laos, Cambodia and southern Vietnam.

Southeast Asia Vacation Packages

Our custom Southeast Asia tours have been carefully crafted with enriching private excursions and thoughtful routes honed with years of in-destination experience. See our best-selling Southeast Asia travel packages below and begin an unforgettable journey tailored uniquely to you.

Southeast Asia Experiences


Our hand-picked portfolio of Southeast Asia cruises – from the mighty Mekong and Irrawaddy Rivers to the Indonesian Archipelago – has been carefully chosen to include remarkable expedition vessels operated by only the most trusted of partners, preeminent pioneers in the region who offer exceptional itineraries, unrivaled knowledge, and utmost levels of service.

Aqua Blu at sunrise

Aqua Blu

With 5 decks and 15 lavish suites, this former British Naval Explorer blends history and luxury.
8 - 13 Days
$8,295 USD
Ship with sails up


Couples or a small family will love this modern, boutique vessel available for private charters.
4 Days +
$3,490 USD
Aqua Mekong from above

Aqua Mekong

A river expedition vessel with modern state-of-the-art design and the highest levels of luxury.
4 - 8 Days
$4,125 USD
Ombak Putih at sea

Ombak Putih

This beautiful and traditional, Indonesian ‘Phinisi’ schooner has a capacity for 28 guests.
8 - 10 Days
$3,589 USD
Sequoia ship anchored

Sequoia Yacht

Like a floating villa, this sumptuous charter yacht is perfect for honeymooners and small families.
5 Days +
$9,195 USD
Kumai boat on the river


A traditional wooden riverboat, adapted into a comfortable houseboat for the enjoyment of nature.
3 - 5 Days
$719 USD
Mekong Navigator

Mekong Navigator

A 34-suite riverboat with splendid French-colonial styled interiors reminiscent of a luxury hotel.
5 - 8 Days
$1,189 USD
Katharina sailing


This 6-cabin yacht offers personalized service and an old-world sense of simple luxury.
8 - 10 Days
$3,589 USD
Rascal boat sailing


Perfect for families or fun-loving friends, this chic teakwood cruiser offers exploration and play.
5 Days +
$7,600 USD
Anouvong on the river


The first boutique ship to cruise the Upper Mekong, blends Laotian art with French-Colonial style.
4 - 10 Days
$1,289 USD
Sailing ship


Comparable to a floating five-star villa, Lamima is the largest wooden sailing yacht ever built.
8 Days +
$18,375 USD
Ship at dusk


Perfect for families, this luxury, charter-only, pleasure yacht offers sea and land adventures.
3 Days +
$1,700 USD
Ship in the sunset light


A lavish, one-cabin-only, sailing boat, offering exclusive adventures tailored to your desires.
5 Days +
$3,617 USD
La Unua boat

La Unua

This classic wooden cruiser offers liveaboard diving with private charters for up to seven guests.
3 Days +
$1,065 USD
Ship under red sails


This 6-cabin Phinisi boat takes guests on exciting dive cruises to some of the world’s best sites.
10 - 12 Days
$6,710 USD
Jahan by the river bank at night


An opulent 26-cabin riverboat evoking the style, atmosphere and romance of the former British-India.
4 - 8 Days
$1,339 USD
Ship with the red sails up

Tiger Blue

This luxury ship offers leisure, snorkeling and diving cruises, with 5 cabins and tiptop service.
5 Days +
$3,680 USD
Ship sailing

Carpe Diem Phinisi

A luxurious liveaboard offering diving, water activities and land exploration for up to 10 guests.
8 Days
$2,520 USD
Ship sailing with sails up

Dunia Baru

This majestic, charter-only, sailing yacht can accommodate up to 14 guests and has a 20-man crew.
7 Days +
$17,150 USD
Small boat on the river


This grass-roofed, two suite boat is possibly the most romantic and sumptuous vessel on the Mekong.
3 Days +
$2,223 USD
Jayavarman at night


This floating art gallery and French-colonial masterpiece comes with heartfelt Khmer hospitality.
4 - 8 Days
$1,229 USD
Fenides in Indonesia


A luxury dive and surf liveaboard with a sleek design, state-of-the-art facilities and five cabins.
9 - 11 Days
$4,640 USD
Small sailing boat

Ikan Terbang

This intimate sailing boat offers customized private adventures in Komodo for up to 5 guests.
3 Days +
$800 USD

Lady Denok

This 7-cabin schooner takes divers to some of the most pristine and exciting destinations on earth.
8 - 10 Days
$2,380 USD
Yacht with red sails

La Galigo

With 7 cabins and personal service, this stylish liveaboard is designed for friends and families.
6 - 12 Days
$1,650 USD
Boat in Borneo

Rahai’i Pangun

This traditional Bornean riverboat has an upper viewing deck and 5 simple but charming cabins.
3 - 4 Days
$429 USD
Ship moored

Mekong Pandaw

Reminiscent of an old paddle steamer, this colonial-styled riverboat promises exciting adventures.
8 Days
$3,379 USD

Luang Say

A cruise on this motorized riverboat is complemented by charming accommodation in a riverside lodge.
2 Days
$433 USD

Vat Phou

A steel barge that has been lovingly converted into a comfortable, oriental-styled floating hotel.
3 Days
$739 USD
Ylang in the bay


This French-colonial-styled, 3-sail, junk offers sophisticated wellness cruises around Lan Ha Bay.
3 Days
$509 USD
Jasmine seen from the island


This romantic masted junk artfully marries a rich 1930s’ Indochine-style with high-end comforts.
2 - 3 Days
$139 USD
Angkor Pandaw in Ha Long Bay

Angkor Pandaw

A handsome replica of a colonial-era river-steamer designed for off-the-beaten track exploration.
11 Days
$3,569 USD
Violet at sunset


With just six suites, this traditional Vietnamese-style junk boasts a rich retro-Indochine décor.
2 - 3 Days
$279 USD
Aerial view of Ginger in Lan Ha


This sumptuous Indochine-Vietnamese junk offers relaxing culinary-themed journeys to Lan Ha Bay.
2 Days
$259 USD
River Kwai ship on a River Kwai

RV River Kwai

Thailand’s first inland cruise ship combines the romance of the colonial era with modern luxuries.
4 - 7 Days
$1,229 USD
Loy Dream on the river

Loy Dream

An exquisite river ship for four guests only, with sophisticated interiors and gourmet cuisine.
3 Days +
$3,082 USD
Ship on the river with Bangkok in the background

Loy River Song

This converted barge is an intimate river cruise ship with four staterooms and five-star service.
4 Days
$4,446 USD
Ananda with temples in the background

Sanctuary Ananda

This luxurious all-suite riverboat offers exciting voyages, gourmet dining and a pampering spa.
3 - 12 Days
$879 USD
The Strand at the bank of Irrawaddy from above

The Strand

A chic vessel worthy of the legendary marque complete with esteemed service and distinguished style.
3 - 5 Days
$529 USD
Explorer with temples in the background

Irrawaddy Explorer

This charming river explorer vessel offers 28 suites reflecting the graceful style of a bygone era.
6 - 10 Days
$2,229 USD
Zawgyi Pandaw on Irrawaddy

Zawgyi Pandaw

A specially-designed luxury river cruiser with 10 comfortable staterooms oozing colonial charm.
8 Days
$4,029 USD
Kha Byoo in the evening

Kha Byoo Pandaw

This intimate, 10-cabin, 2-deck riverboat is styled after a graceful colonial-era paddle steamer.
11 Days
$4,609 USD
Pandaw II on the river

Pandaw II

This much-loved riverboat has a cult following, and classic features crafted in teakwood and brass.
8 Days
$2,079 USD
Paukan Princess on the river

Paukan Princess

This delightful floating hotel is a luxury riverboat with four decks, 18 cabins and 2 massage rooms.
8 - 11 Days
$2,939 USD


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